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Luck and Love

Good luck

You can also say:

Best of luck (to you)

Best wishes

Wishing you the best

Go for it!

 

If someone is ill

Get better soon

Get well soon

Feel better

Hope you get better soon

Hope you recover soon

Wishing you a speedy recovery (this would be written probably)

 

If you “like” or “fancy” someone

If you are interested in, or attracted to, someone, you can say you like them or fancy them. “Like” is of course used all the time but the context will make clear what you mean, but be careful if you actually mean that you just like them because they are nice (you are not attracted to them).

 

Chase: the verb chase can be used when someone (normally the boy or man) is trying to get closer to the person they are attracted to.

 

EXAMPLE (ME)

“Phew! I’m tired.”

“Why’s that?”

“All the girls have been chasing me all day, of course.”

“Didn’t they let you rest for five minutes?”

“No, I’m afraid not.”

 

There’s a very popular song here now called “Call Me Maybe” in which the girl sings about a situation like this. I post it below to help you learn some more phrases:

 

Here is the official video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWNaR-rxAic&ob=av2n

Here is the song with the lyrics: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWAdb1vgoik

 

NO comments about my taste in music please.

 

If you are chasing someone right now, best of luck to you. Go for it!

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